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By CA Provinces in Sacramento

Demographics

Population Estimated
median income
Voter registration Race/Ethnicity
California
statewide
37,325,068 $61,400
Democrats 43.4%
Republicans 28.4%
Other 28.2%
Asian 13.4%
Black 5.8%
Latino 37.6%
White 40.1%
Other 3.2%
Bayside 6,883,069 $79,068
Democrats 51.4%
Republicans 18.0%
Other 30.6%
Asian 24.0%
Black 5.8%
Latino 23.5%
White 42.9%
Other 3.8%
Coronado 3,273,987 $62,511
Democrats 35.4%
Republicans 32.7%
Other 31.9%
Asian 10.8%
Black 4.7%
Latino 34.6%
White 46.6%
Other 3.4%
Shasta 601,007 $43,096
Democrats 29.6%
Republicans 41.2%
Other 29.2%
Asian 2.9%
Black 1.5%
Latino 14.1%
White 76.3%
Other 5.1%
Sacramento Valley 3,780,458 $58,989
Democrats 40.5%
Republicans 33.4%
Other 26.1%
Asian 12.3%
Black 6.9%
Latino 24.5%
White 51.7%
Other 4.6%
Los Angeles 9,840,024 $56,241
Democrats 50.7%
Republicans 20.8%
Other 28.5%
Asian 13.9%
Black 8.2%
Latino 47.7%
White 27.8%
Other 2.4%
Inland Empire 4,234,011 $56,208
Democrats 37.0%
Republicans 37.5%
Other 25.5%
Asian 6.3%
Black 7.1%
Latino 47.3%
White 36.5%
Other 2.8%
Redwood 264,083 $41,347
Democrats 41.8%
Republicans 25.4%
Other 32.8%
Asian 2.5%
Black 1.3%
Latino 14.7%
White 73.4%
Other 8.2%
Pacifica 1,988,175 $67,059
Democrats 40.3%
Republicans 32.8%
Other 26.8%
Asian 5.8%
Black 1.9%
Latino 41.7%
White 48.0%
Other 2.6%
Orange 3,021,840 $75,566
Democrats 31.7%
Republicans 41.0%
Other 27.3%
Asian 18.3%
Black 1.5%
Latino 33.6%
White 44.1%
Other 2.6%
New Mission 3,438,414 $46,933
Democrats 36.5%
Republicans 39.7%
Other 23.8%
Asian 5.7%
Black 3.9%
Latino 49.0%
White 38.6%
Other 2.9%

Sources: 2012 American Community Survey 5-year estimates, California Secretary of State.

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